Kyoto Nijo Castle Machiya

73,900,000 Yen
Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City
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This is a fully renovated traditional ‘machiya’ townhouse in central Kyoto City. The home has been completely renovated, with a new concrete slab foundation, natural Japanese ash hardwood floors, all new plumbing and electrical, kitchen with 3-burner gas cooktop and grill, TOTO electric toilet, system bath, Japanese tsubo-niwa garden, new windows and drywall, new siding on end of house.

To make the home as comfortable as possible in the hotter and colder months, there is full floor heating in the ground floor living/dining/kitchen and powder room, air-conditioners/heaters on the 1st (1 unit) and 2nd (2 units) floors, double-glazed windows, and insulation in the ceiling and walls.

This house is one of 10 terraces, with five on the northern side of the laneway and five on the southern side. It is at the end of the terrace and shares a party wall with one neighbor on the eastern side. According to tax records obtained from the Kyoto City Tax Office, the terraces were built around 1902, making them 116 years old.

The location is great for someone looking for a weekender, with Nijo Castle just down the street and the popular Sanjo Street a 15 minute walk. A 15 minute walk to the East will take you to the Kyoto Imperial Palace. Continue walking another 10 minutes and you will find yourself at Kamo River, just upstream from the Ritz-Carlton. From Kyoto Station, it is about a 15 ~ 20 minute ride by taxi. For public transport options, it is a 9 minute walk to Nijojo-mae Station on the Tozai Subway Line.

There is currently one licensed machiya ryokan operating in the laneway, with another two of the terraces currently in the process of being renovated and converted into licensed ryokans.

Show Foto KK is the seller of this property. For inquiries and information, please contact the Kyoto-based listing agency House Network Co., Ltd. through the property listing page linked below (link will open in a new window):

 

Town to buy 300-yr old house for 38 million Yen

Matsuzaki Town in Shizuoka’s Izu Peninsula will be purchasing the 300-year old former Yoda Residence for 38.4 million Yen (approx. 337,000 USD). The town’s budget for acquisition and preservation of the property is expected to total 48.7 million Yen, which includes 10 million Yen to acquire the rights to a hot spring source.

The property includes the heritage-listed 300+ year old main house and warehouse. The Yoda family has been a landowner for many generations and found success in the silk industry during the Edo period. At one time the house was the family home of Yoda Benzo (1853-1925), one of Hokkaido’s early pioneers and founding settlers.

Historic Japanese villa in NY looking for new home in Japan

Takamine Pine Maple PalaceThe current owner of a historic traditional Japanese house in upstate New York wants to relocate the home to Japan and is seeking a new owner.

The ’Pine and Maple Palace’ was initially exhibited at the St. Louis World Fair in 1904. It was modelled in a style of architecture dating from the Momoyama period (late 1500s), but with some western features. After the fair, Emperor Meiji donated the villa to , a successful chemist who had emigrated to the US. Takamine relocated the villa to his summer home in upstate New York. In 1909, Prince Kuni Kuniyoshi and Princess Kuni stayed in the villa during a visit to the US. The house was sold upon Takamine’s death in 1922. 

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